Moroccan accountant turns feminist sensation, A podcast for sexual exploration, Remote interns at Human Rights Watch

Welcome to The Bloom, a global social justice resource!
Enjoy our small seeds of joy with an intersectional feminist lens. 

Iraqi parliament passes Yazidi Female Survivors law: A new law offers support for survivors of sexual based violence in Iraq– among them, is Nobel Peace Prize laureate Nadia Murad: "The passage of the law is an important first step in acknowledging the gender-based trauma of sexual violence and the need for tangible redress.” ➞ Full Story

Viral breastfeeding photo sparks call for action on women's rights in Cambodia: A policewoman was publicly shamed by superiors for a social media photo of her breastfeeding while on duty. The photo went viral this week, sparking mass debate: "For women's rights in the workplace to be realised, it is paramount that childcare equipment and facilities, and breastfeeding breaks with pay, are made easily available to all working mothers." ➞ Full Story

40,000 women join ongoing Farmer's Protest in India, a photo essay: Women have been at the frontlines of the Farmer's Protest since the very beginning in November 2020. And this week, on International Women's Day, 40,000+ more joined, marching to the New Delhi border. ➞ Full Story

Call Your Girlfriend is a raw and relatable podcast hosted by two long-distance friends that's become a cultural phenomenon. The episodes bring you in on conversations from politics and period feminism, to the Great British Bake Off, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and Drake. This week, before you dive in to your job search, we recommend listening to their podcast on Burnout where they disucss how to recognize burnout, how it's different from similar feelings like depression, and how ambition means more than working constantly. 

North America 
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NGO-Remote-Events & fundraising intern, GLAD
NGO-Remote-Policy intern, NWLC
Media-Remote-Associate editor, Fuller Project
Sports-Remote-Summer intern, United Women’s Soccer
Tech-Remote-Comms specialist, Culture Amp
NGO-Multiple locations-Internships (law/social media/policy), ACLU
Philanthropy-Multiple locations-Associate program, Omidar Network
NGO-SF-Executive assistant, All Raise
Civic Org-DC-Associate, Asian Americans Advancing Justice
Civic Org-DC-Comms intern, Asian Americans Advancing Justice
Tech-DC-Presidential innovation fellow, White House
Ed-Stanford-Research assistant, Center for Ethics & Society
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NGO-Ottawa-Gender/food/climate justice officer, CARE 
NGO-Thunder Bay-Policy analyst, Ontario Native Women’s Association
NGO-Vancouver-Managing director, Rainbow Refugee

Asia
NGO-Grant associate, Urgent Action Fund
NGO-Social media content creators, The Polis Project
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NGO-Bishkek-Research assistant, Human Rights Watch
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NGO-Bengaluru-Social leadership program, India Fellow 
NGO-New Delhi-Partnerships analyst, Dimagi
NGO-Pune-Consultant, Farmers for Forests

Africa 
NGO-Consultants, African Women's Development Fund
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NGO
-Remote-Policy intern, Institute Justice + Reconciliation
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NGO-Lomè-Comms intern, XOESE 
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NGO-Turkana-Education project assistant, NRC
NGO-Remote-Innovation program manager, Crea
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NGO-Beira-Project manager, Fundación Capital

Europe 
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International Affairs
-Brussels-Gender/peace, EU Peace Institute
Gov Relations-Brussels-EU policy intern, Political Intelligence
Tech-Brussels-AI ethics consultant, Managing Global
NGO-Forest-Operations specialist, Good Food Europe
Gov-Brussels-Intern, Covenant Mayors Sub-Saharan Africa
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NGO-Stockholm-Outreach intern, Human Rights Watch
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Design-Rome/Milan-Sustainability consultant, Nativa
Environment-Rome-Manager, Too Good To Go
Fashion-Milan-Interns, Gucci
Tech-Rome-Support specialist, Bird
Ed-Milan-Jr international student support, Istituto Maragnoni
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NGO
-Barcelona-Comms & fundraising, Cala Fondo de Mujeres
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Civic Org-London-Associate program, On Purpose
Tech-Multiple locations-Innovation fellowship, Gov 
NGO-London-Innovation manager, Save the Children
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NGO-Paris-Outreach associate, Human Rights Watch
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Ed-Dublin-Marie Curie fellowship, Trinity College
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Gov-Bern-Scientific collaborator, Department of Foreign Affairs

Latin America
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Philanthropy-São Paulo-Grants manager, Porticus
NGO-São Paulo-Outreach intern, Human Rights Watch
Marketing-São Paulo-Culture intern, Adventures Inc
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NGO-Remote-Gender/economics, We Effect
NGO-Bogotá-Americas adviser, IPPF

Remote 
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NGO-Community consultant, Young Feminist Fund (FRIDA)
NGO-Conference support intern, ILGA 
Media-Reporter (Asia, Middle-East, or Africa based), Fuller Project
NGO-Equity & diversity coordinator, Greenpeace
NGO-Feminist learning & evaluation consultant, Astrea
NGO-Campaigner (German language required), SumOfUs
NGO-Middle East & North Africa intern, Human Rights Watch
Media-News reporter & editor, New Humanitarian
NGO-Comms lead, Prevention Collaborative 
NGO-Project assistant, Syrian Female Journalists Network 


💡to learn 

Sex workers have always been an integral part of collective liberation struggles, whether or not they receive credit or recognition. A report created in partnership with gender justice NGO Third Wave Fund, Creating Community is a Threat to Power: Three Years of Resourcing Revolution + Liberation at the Sex Worker Giving Circle, shares some of the brilliance of a Sex Worker Giving Circle, and documents the SWGC’s model of participatory sex worker grantmaking along the way. Through the report, you'll learn how the sex workers who lead their grantmaking and fundraising have changed the funding landscape of the U.S. sex worker movement. 

This one's for all the journalists and statisticians here! A 12 session course will help you learn how to communicate stats on women's economic empowerment, guiding you on the data needed to explore this topic, and provide advice on how to produce engaging stories around gender data to highlight the need for women's economic empowerment.

📆to join 

19 March #ShareTheMic was an internationally celebrated social media event to amplify the voices of Black women through partnership with some of the most popular white women online. Next week, the event returns, focusing on Black women in security and privacy, #ShareTheMicInCyber, and you can participate on Twitter and LinkedIn. 

24 March What does "feminist photography" look like in practice? In Visual Rebellions: Reframing and Resisting Power Through Feminist Photography four remarkable community-based artists and activists will share their perspective, and how they create work that showcases the diversity and richness of perspectives of women, gender nonconforming people, and communities of color.
Moroccan photographer Fatima Zohra Serri first turned to photography as an outlet for her depression after starting a full-time job as an accountant, and has since held exhibitions around the world. Through her art, she makes women’s bodies and experiences visible—from menstruation to marriage to street harassment. "Sorry! Not saving the world today" is brilliant. 

Playboy goes on a date with Kehlani and Pico (her parrot) – featuring shit talk on accordions, literal shit (but it's cute, we promise), and bad romance. 

Human touch is essential, and in our present touch-starved world, it's more important than ever to explore how to give that love to ourselves. For a little inspiration, listen to a podcast on getting comfortable with self-exploration

The story behind a 2 million dollar business pitch that's revolutionizing the porn industry, for the better. 

Africa's first kid superhero television series begins! Super Sema is a superhero kids series that follows Sema, a young African girl who uses her superpowers to save the world.

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